Athletics

Freedom Academy Student, Max, Talks School and Sports

Max is a very naturally athletic boy. He’s been climbing trees basically since he was born! Max is a gymnast, a very good artist, a skate boarder, and a very sweet young man. Max mentions that he loves his school almost everyday. Q. You have enjoyed school this year at Freedom Academy…what makes Freedom Academy a great school for you? …

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Jayden Talks Soccer and School

Jayden was a Kindergarten student at Discover U when the school opened. Jayden loves sports, especially soccer. Jayden is also a very kind, compassionate young man who is everyone’s friend and companion. Q. You have a passion for soccer, what position do you play? A. Yes, my position is forward. Q. Do you play for school or club? A. I …

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Third Grader Adam Talks About His Successes in Wrestling

Adam is a star wrestler for the Grindhouse Wrestling Club! He is dedicated to succeeding both in the classroom and on the wrestling mat! Q. How long have you been wrestling for? A. Two years.  Q. What led you to becoming so interested in wrestling? A. I saw that you could get your college paid for because of it.  I …

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Kindergartener Samuel Talks His Favorites

Sam is a six-year-old sports fanatic with an old soul. He is kind, compassionate and loves Jesus. He’s passionate about baseball and football as he plans on going pro both in both and his fast feet is sure to lead him there! Samuel is a great kid because he cares for others before himself. Q. You are sports fanatic. What …

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Rancho Solano Second Grader Nila is a Star Soccer Player

Rancho Solano second grade student, Nila Kumara, shines both on and off the soccer field. Admired by her teachers and peers for her sweet, sensitive nature, she excels in the classroom and loves to tackle new challenges. Nila takes the same skills and determination to succeed in school on to the field where she is a dedicated and talented player. …

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Freedom Academy’s Eighth Grader Talks Martial Arts

Diana started martial arts at eight years old. Since then she has earned her black belt USA Martial Arts. Her confidence has skyrocketed helping her achieve straight A’s in school. She has entered a few tournaments one in which she won second place for forms and another where re she won the Over All Grand Champion Trophy. Q. Your are …

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James Madison Junior, Aaron, Talks Sports and Teen Leadership

Q. You are involved in a lot of sports inside and outside of school. Tell us what you play? What positions are you? What is your all time favorite sport to play? A. I play football, basketball and soccer through my school; as well as playing club soccer. My favorite sport is soccer. I’ve played soccer for five consecutive years, three …

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Horizon Honors Senior Alexa Talks Volleyball and a State Champion Win

Q. You were the co-captain of your school’s Girl Volleyball Team, which won the State Championship this year. You also play on a club team. Talk about the importance of volleyball in your life. A. Volleyball has been a main focus of my life for as long as I can remember. I started playing when I was 8-years-old and really …

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Starshine Academy Student Jazmin Talks Volleyball and Student Council

Q. You enjoy playing volleyball tell us more about that? A. I have been playing volleyball since I was in the fifth grade at my old school. I was quite good. Q. You are on the Starshine Academy Student Council. What do you do on Student Council? A. Starshine Academy is a great school, but I would like to change …

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Xavier’s Badminton Team Wins Fourth Straight State Championship

Xavier College Preparatory’s badminton team captured its fourth consecutive state championship title by defeating Gilbert Perry High School in the final round of the state tournament on Thursday, October 27. The match lasted more than two-and-a-half hours, with the Gator team (seniors Tatum Clarke, Annie Kamps, Kiana Valentova Macdonald, and Emily Woodrow; juniors Maddie Reinhart and Alex Wolfson; and sophomores …

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